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Is There a Dual Banking System?

There is a fierce controversy being waged today about the status of the historic dual banking system in American law. National banks (banks chartered by the national government) derive their powers from federal law. States, on the other hand, assert that they should be able to control certain aspects of national bank operations such as consumer protection written as state law...

The Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act-A Wrong Turn in the Road to Improvement of the U.S. Payments System

U.S. Payments System, 85 Neb. L. Rev. (2011) Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol85/iss1/4 - Article 4 Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr Carl

The Role of the Bank for International Settlements in Shaping the World Financial System

University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law THE ROLE OF THE BANK FOR INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENTS IN SHAPING THE WORLD FINANCIAL SYSTEM CARL FELSENFELD 0 GENCI BILALI 0 0 Professor of Law

The Antitrust Aspects of Bank Mergers - Panel Discussion II: Consumer Issues

FORDHAM JOURNAL OF CORPORATE & FINANCIAL LAW Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law Carl Felsenfeld Jeffrey Shinderz Duncan MacDonaldy Robert Manning z Copyright c 2008 by the authors ... explanatory material in respect to certain statements made by the speakers. 1. Carl Felsenfeld is the Director of the Financial Services Institute and a Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law. 2

The Antitrust Aspects of Bank Mergers - Panel Discussion I: Development of Bank Merger Law

and the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law for sponsoring this. Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law Carl Felsenfeld Bert Foerz Douglas Brodery Dr. Anne Gron z Copyright c 2008 by ... certain statements made by the speakers. 1. Carl Felsenfeld is a Professor of Law and Director of the Financial Services Institute at Fordham University School of Law. 2. Douglas F. Broder is a Partner in

But the Proposed Uniform Commercial Code Was Adopted

commercial devices through the amendment process. At least one article, Article 9, 53. Beutel, supra note 1, at 361. 54. U.C.C. § 1-102(3). 55. Beutel, supra note 1, at 361. 56. See Carl Felsenfeld, The

The Bank Holding Company Act: Has It Lived Its Life

ank Holding Company Act: Has It Lived Its Carl Felsenfeld 0 0 Thi s Article is brought to you for free and open access by Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law Digital Repository. It ... , Congress defined with specificity certain transactions that constitute banking subject to regulation."). 418. See Carl Felsenfeld, Nonbank Banks-An Issue in Need of a Policy, 41 Bus. LAw. 99, 100 (1985

The Compatibility of the UNICTRAL Model Law on International Credit Transfers with Article 4A of the UCC

more information , please contact 1 Fordham University School of Law Recommended Citation - Article 4 CARL FELSENFELD * In this Article, ProfessorFelsenfeld compares the provisions ofArticle 4A of ... Professor Carl Felsenfeld on January 16, 1992 as part of the Fordham University School of Law Graduate Colloquium 1991-1992, Transnational Financial Services in the 1990s. 1. Felsenfeld, Strange Bedfellows

Public Relations

would not have happened; and the rest of your panel on Fordham's behalf as well. I am going to introduce Carl Felsenfeld again, who opened up the proceedings today. PROFESSOR FELSENFELD: Many hours ago

Strategic Planning for Financial Institutions in a New Legal and Economic Environment

FORDHAM JOURNAL OF CORPORATE & FINANCIAL LAW Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law Carl Felsenfeld William T. Liflandy Ernest T. Patrikisz Frank Scifo William J. Sweet Jr.yy z yy Copyright c ... " PROFESSOR FELSENFELD: My name is Carl Felsenfeld. I am a professor here at Fordham Law School. We will now move into our next aspect of the program, which is a panel. We will talk about the perspectives on

Uniform, Uniformed and Unitary Laws Regulating Consumer Credit

/vol37/iss2/2 - Article 2 CARL FELSENFELD* THE spring and summer of 1968 witnessed two major statutory events affecting consumer credit. In June, Congress and the President enacted the Federal Consumer

Some Ruminations About Remedies in Consumer-Credit Transactions

been accepted for inclusion in Boston College Law Review by an authorized editor of Digital Commons @ Boston College Law School. For more information , please contact 1 Carl Felsenfeld, Some Ruminations ... About Remedies in Consumer-Credit Transactions , 8 B.C.L. Rev. 535 Part of the Consumer Protection Law Commons CARL FELSENFELD * I. INTRODUCTION The draftsmen of the Uniform Consumer Credit Code